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City Considers Manufactured Homes on Scattered Lots for More Affordable Housing

April 12th, 2018


It’s grand to see local media using the proper terminology, and a city considering the use of manufactured homes as an option in an area where conventional builders haven’t been prepared to build any longer.

So on vacant “buildable” lots, Andy Taubman’s local manufactured home operation has offered to develop these sites in the city of Corpus Christi, Texas.

Where this proposal goes is not yet determined. But it’s Texas, currently the number one manufactured home producing and sales state in the nation. What is certain is that the research that HUD’s previously commissioned would suggest that property values will rise uniformly for both the conventional and manufactured home.

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